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Gi
v e t
,J
a c q u e s
.
The anti-Zionist complex.
Englewood, N
J . ,
SBS Publishing,
1982. 166 p.
English version o f work originally published in French which
exposes old forms o f anti-Semitism now being expressed in terms o f
anti-Zionism.
G
o r e n
, A
r t h u r
A .
Dissenter in Zion; from the writings of Judah L. Magnes.
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1982. xv, 554 p.
H
ir s c h m a n n
, I
r a
.
The awakening: the story of theJewish National Fund.
New
York, Shengold, 1981. 119 p.
Israel Exploration journal reader, selected with a prolegomenon by Harry M.
Orlinsky.
New York, Ktav, 1981. 2 vols. Vol. 1, 679 p.; vol. 2, 288 p.
J
a b b e r
, P
a u l
.
Not by war alone: security and arms control in the Middle East.
Berkeley, University o f California Press, 1981. 212 p.
K
a h a n e
, M
e ir
.
They must go.
New York, Grosset & Dunlap, 1981. 282 p.
Asserts that for the sake o f Israel’s survival its Arab population
must leave the country.
K
e n e n
,
I.L.
Israel's defense line: herfriends and foes in Washington.
Buffalo,
N.Y., Prometheus Books, 1981. 345 p.
Analysis o f Israel’s struggle for statehood, survival and peace.
L
i e b l ic h
, A
m ia r
.
Kibbutz Makom: report from an Israeli Kibbutz.
New York,
Pantheon, 1981. 318 p.
Kibbutz presented from the perspective o f its members, present as
well as former.
M
a h l e r
, G
regory
S .
The Knesset: parliament in the Israeli political system.
Rutherford, N.J., Fairleigh Dickenson University Press, 1982.254 p.
Work discussing Israel’s governmental structure is based on a
series o f interviews with members o f the 8th Knesset (1973-77).
M
e n d e l s o h n
, E
zra
Zionism in Poland; theformative years, 1915 -1926 .
New
Haven, Yale University Press, 1981. 373 p.
O
r in g
, E
l l io t t
.
Israeli humor: the content and structure o f the chizbat o f the
Palmah.
Albany, N.Y., State University o f New York Press, 1981.
295 p.
R
u b in
, B
arr y
.
The Arab states and the Palestine conflict.
Syracuse, Syracuse
University Press, 1981. 298 p.
Work focuses on two specific issues: 1. how did internal conditions
in the various countries affect their involvement in Palestine?; 2.
how did network o f alliances and conflict among Arab governments
shape their Palestine policies?
S
a c h a r
, H
ow a r d
M.
Egypt and Israel.
New York, Richard Marek Pub­
lishers, 1981. 384 p.
Historical analysis o f both countries and their relationships. Win­
ner o f National Jewish Book Award — Israel.
S
h o r e
, M
ich e l
M.J
.Jerusalem breezes: a human panorama ofJerusalem and a
hope f o r peace.
New York, Shengold, 1981. 123 p.